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Omaha Joe

Sandtrooper
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About Omaha Joe

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  • Birthday 09/25/1976

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  • Name
    Joe
  • Location
    Omaha, NE

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  • 501st ID
    92576
  • Garrison
    Central Garrison
  1. TD-92576 reporting for Basic 501st duty
  2. TD-92576; Joe (Omaha Joe) Connolley requesting 501st approved Sandtrooper Access. https://www.501st.com/members/displaymemberdetails.php?userID=32945 Thank you!!
  3. although not the Spec pics I submitted for Basic 501st approval yesterday, these are just some fun, heavily doctored candids I got while suited up
  4. still gotta get my pouches attached to the shoulder and hip, but got a chance to get outside this weekend and snag a few pics wearing the more recent weathered version...
  5. Hey all, I’m a little late to the party, but lately I’ve been busying myself with an RS Sandtrooper build... New to this forum and relatively new to trooper builds, I just wanted to throw some WIP pics into the mix... This weekend I’m planning on taking my submission photos for 501st basic membership (as I don’t yet have my pack)...
  6. I realize I’m a little (ok, a LOT) late to the party, but thank you Terry for posting these configurations!! I’m personally not going for SWAT or even PO with my Sandtrooper; only 501st basic as I’m not too keen on the backpacks... They’re very cool, don’t get me wrong, I just feel for now I’ll need to get used to wearing the full armor and all that entails first before adding that component. For this reason I’m eyeing both the Docking Bay 94 “Tuck and Roll” and “Garinden” configurations... Which, in itself, makes me chuckle as it’s essentially the same trooper; the only difference from shot to shot (which was more than likely filmed on separate days) is going from having two small Spanish pouches in the hallway scene to a small Spanish pouch on the right and an MP-38/MP-40 pouch on his left in the hangar, just before performing his tuck and roll... “CUT!!! CONTINUITY!!” (hahahahahaha) Anyway, thank you again Terry for your insight, attention to detail, all the hard work you’ve put in to this and many other forums, as well as your YouTube videos and tutorials..!
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